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django-imperavi 0.2.3

A django application that contains a class for admin interface to render a text field as beautiful Imperavi WYSIWYG editor http://redactorjs.com/

Installation

  1. Install or add django-imperavi to your python path.

  2. Add imperavi to your INSTALLED_APPS setting.

  3. Add imperavi URL include to your project's urls.py file:

    url(r'^imperavi/', include('imperavi.urls')),
    

Usage

The quickest way to add rich text editing capabilities to your admin is to use the included ImperaviAdmin class. For example:

from models import Category
from imperavi.admin import ImperaviAdmin

class CategotyAdmin(ImperaviAdmin):
    pass

admin.site.register(Category, CategotyAdmin)

If you want to use it with inline admin models you need to use ImperaviStackedInlineAdmin class:

from models import Post
from imperavi.admin import ImperaviStackedInlineAdmin

class PostInline(ImperaviStackedInlineAdmin):
    model = Post
    extra = 1

Custom settings

Add a IMPERAVI_CUSTOM_SETTINGS variable to your settings.py with custom config:

IMPERAVI_CUSTOM_SETTINGS = {
    'lang': 'ua',
    'toolbar': 'mini',
    'resize': true
}

Full list of settings is here.

Media URL

You can also customize the URL that django-imperavi will look for the Editor media at by adding IMPERAVI_UPLOAD_PATH to your settings.py file like this:

IMPERAVI_UPLOAD_PATH = 'imperavi-uploads/'

The default value is 'imperavi/'.

Unique images per model

If you want to serve unique media content for specific model you can add unique_media = True to your admin class:

from models import Category
from imperavi.admin import ImperaviAdmin

class CategotyAdmin(ImperaviAdmin):
    unique_media = True

admin.site.register(Category, CategotyAdmin)
 
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